Danger for Gazans who followed Israel's evacuation order; family of released hostage : State of the World from NPR We hear from the family of four-year-old Abigail Edan, who was held hostage by Hamas and is the first American freed. And even though Israel urged civilians in northern Gaza to evacuate to the south of the territory for safety, Israeli bombardment in the south continued.

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Danger for Gazans who followed Israel's evacuation order; family of released hostage

Danger for Gazans who followed Israel's evacuation order; family of released hostage

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Satellite image from Copernicus Sentinel-2, taken on Sept. 7, processed by Sentinel Hub. Damage analysis of Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellite data from Oct. 7 to Nov. 10 by Corey Scher of CUNY Graduate Center and Jamon Van Den Hoek of Oregon State University. Building footprints from Microsoft. Daniel Wood/NPR hide caption

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Satellite image from Copernicus Sentinel-2, taken on Sept. 7, processed by Sentinel Hub. Damage analysis of Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellite data from Oct. 7 to Nov. 10 by Corey Scher of CUNY Graduate Center and Jamon Van Den Hoek of Oregon State University. Building footprints from Microsoft.

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We hear from the family of four-year-old Abigail Edan, who was held hostage by Hamas and is the first American freed. And even though Israel urged civilians in northern Gaza to evacuate to the south of the territory for safety, Israeli bombardment in the south continued.

Mark Giving Tuesday by signing up for State of the World+ and support the work of NPR journalists. Visit plus.npr.org.